Czech Airlines will resume flights to Split, Reykjavik and Budapest
From 18 to 2020, Czech Airlines resumed its activity and began to fly from Prague to Amsterdam, Paris, Frankfurt and Stockholm. On May 24, it resumed flights on the route Prague - Kiev. And since May 25, Czech Airlines has started flying on routes Prague - Bucharest and Prague Odessa.
In June, the Czech national carrier will resume flights to the following destinations Split (NOT JUNE), Reykjavik (June 17) and Budapest (June 18).
Czech Airlines will resume flights to other European destinations
A new milestone in the network of flights operated by Czech Airlines is the resumption of operations on the route Prague - London (Heathrow), which will be operated daily from June 25, 2020. The flights continue and on routes already reopened from Prague to Amsterdam, Paris, Frankfurt, Stockholm and Bucharest.
We remind you of new hygiene measures taken on board Czech Airlines aircraft, such as the obligation for passengers to wear protective masks on boarding and throughout the flight, social distance (keeping a distance of 2 meters when boarding and disembarking) or contactless payments when purchasing soft drinks on board.
The interiors of Czech Airlines aircraft are thoroughly disinfected before and after each flight, including seats, tables, seat pockets or toilets.